Masters of Arts in Counseling Studies

This two-year program is designed to train professional psychologists who can competently offer psychosocial services to individuals, families, or groups. With the increase of psychological issues within the society, there is a need to train individuals to be able to competently conceptualize problems from a holistic perspective and treat individuals utilizing different therapeutic approaches.

Program Overview                           Credit Hours

  • Core Counseling Courses                               48
  • Research Courses (including thesis)              12
  •  Christian Growth and Ministry Courses           4                                     

                                                         Total               64 Credit Hours

Admission Requirements

An undergraduate degree from any field of study with a GPA of 2.5; Second Class Honors – Upper Division and above or equivalent; Second Class Honors Lower Division or Equivalent with a minimum of two years of relevant working experience

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